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BY WILFRED CLARKE

In the midst of the misty conditions that are overclouding Chef Smith’s historic navigation towards his quest to become one of the greatest cooks, ever to live and grace our side of the planet. Mr George Quaye, sees something else.


Rather than rebuking the chef, like numerous others, for his wrong attempts to the pinnacle of the Guinness Book of Records glory, his stance is different. Mr Quaye’s choice, is that of positivity, regarding the diversion of his reactions in the direction of what has befallen the troubled chef.


Taking his time, the gentleman let out his views and thoughts saying: “This might not be the message you expect, but I'm going to share it anyway. Dude, you did the right thing.
“Yes, the disappointment cuts deep, we all know that. People are disappointed, angry, and yes, making all kinds of jokes. “It's a lot to process. But through the storm, you did something I think is incredibly honourable – you apologized.” 


Admonishing the chef, he continued: “Listen, in Ghana, owning up to mistakes isn't always easy. “We roast hard and can make you even hate yourself for doing the right thing. And wait, did I hear you say you didn’t deserve to live? Like seriously? Why? Because you lied?


“Come on dude! Take that back! You absolutely deserve to live! Trust me, there are people who have done far worse walking around just fine. “You messed up, yes, but millions make mistakes. What separates us is how we handle them.


Knowing and comparing what others do and still continue to live their lives with no apologies whatsoever, He said: “If even half the people on these streets could muster the courage you did today, this country would be a whole lot better.


“You don't deserve to live in the darkness of a lie. You deserve a chance to rebuild, to learn, and to cook with the passion that probably fuelled this whole crazy dream in the first place.


Encouraging and giving the chef a new lease of a future plan, Mr Quaye continued: “This isn't the end, Chef. It's a new chapter. And hey, we all deserve a second chance. 


“So, though I’m dead damn disappointed in the fib you cooked and served us all, I am more than willing to give you a second chance and pray that others do too.
Sharing his knowledge of Public Relations while taking his advice to a diplomatic end, he said: “Please find a way to make it up to your sponsors.


“Even if you cooked up that apology… Even if the tears and words were all contrived…You do deserve to live, Chef Smith! “And you totally deserve another opportunity to do what you do best.”


Hopefully, this will bring to the end of all the ‘THIS-A-TON AND ‘THAT-A-TON’.

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